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rpm

 
revolutions per minute.

rpm

Abbreviation for revolutions per minute.

rpm

revolutions per minute.

rpm

abbreviation for revolutions per minute.

rpm (revolutions per minute),

n the speed of rotary dental surface polishing equipment. High speed is classified as 100,000 to 800,000 r.p.m. and low speed as 6000 to 10,000 r.p.m.
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A blasting velocity of 62 m/s was measured which correlates to the calculated velocity of the diameter and the number of revolutions per minute.
According to the company, the Cheetah X15 is the world's first drive to operate at 15,000 revolutions per minute and to deliver 3.
Disk drives operate at high Revolutions Per Minute (RPM) and quickly begin to generate considerable heat, the leading cause of disk drive failure.
The goal of using such lightweight engine components is to produce high power output from a small (and thus more fuel-efficient) engine by running the engine speed limit up to a heady 8,000 revolutions per minute.
Maguire's new extrusion yield-control system continuously analyzes material flow data as its is retrieved in real time by one or more Weigh Scale Blenders, which simultaneously communicate with each other, and calculates in milliseconds the changes required in extruder-screw revolutions per minute or line speed to keep throughput constant and maintain layer ratios in coextrusion applications.
It runs at 40 revolutions per minute and can reach 100 degrees centigrade.
Flywheel Systems, this spinning disc is a high-tech, carbon-fiber marvel capable of turning (in a vacuum) at an incredible 100,000 revolutions per minute (rpm).
It transmits power from rotor to generator, changing it from about 40 to 1,500 revolutions per minute.
Additionally, massage intensity can be adjusted from 396 to 3,000 revolutions per minute to accommodate individual needs.
As the spacecraft spins at 4 revolutions per minute, the measured ENAs fill in the pixels to build a circular swath that appears as a crescent on the map.
The eight-foot tall GMI radiometer rotates at 32 revolutions per minute and uses four extremely stable calibration points on each revolution to calibrate the data it scans.
According to Dr Ovenden, a typical player can spin the ball at 2,000-2,500 revolutions per minute.